Imagine you are sitting in your care provider's office, and next to the scary "universal pain chart" with the not-so-happy faces getting progressively more distressed and discolored, is this chart:
In the first hours after your baby is born, skin-to-skin contact and staying with your baby at all times is something hospitals and parents should be practicing everywhere.
Baby on a stick? Not exactly, but I would say that my belly was definitely a star attraction at the Minnesota State Fair. I am fortunate to not only live in the same place as fetal-positioning guru,
Today's post is a guest post interview with Ann Romero, a new mom and staff member at Lamaze International. She shares her experience with taking a Lamaze childbirth education class as a new mom-to-be
In June 2010, a National Institutes of Health (NIH) panel published a Consensus Development Conference Statement on vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC).